Michael Eaves Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, ESPN
Michael Eaves Biography
Michael Eaves is an eminent American sports anchor. He currently serves for ESPN’s SportsCenter as a sports anchor. In 2015, Michael started serving at ESPN. Before joining the station, Eaves served different channels including radio stations. He also appeared on FSN’s national Pac-12 football coverage as a studio host and sideline reporter.
Michael Eaves Age
Michael was born in Kentucky, United States of America, in 1972. He is 50 years old.
Michael Eaves Height
Eaves stand at a height of 5 ft 9 inches ( Approx 1.75 m).
Michael Eaves Education
He joined Hopkins High School in Nortonville, Kentucky in 1986 and graduated in 1990 with his high school diploma. Later, Michael graduated from the University of Kentucky with a bachelor of arts degree in journalism in 1994.
Currently, Michael is an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
Michael Eaves Family
He was born in Kentucky, United States to his parents Elsie Eaves and James T. Eaves. His father was a Staff Sergeant and served during World War II. However, when Michael was 24 years old, cancer took away his father’s life. His nationality is American while his ethnicity is African-American.
Michael Eaves Wife
He is a married man to the love of his life named Crystal Eaves. At the age of 50, The couple has no biological child. Though Michael has a goddaughter called Jennsyn Thomas and her sister is called Jaryn Thomas.
Michael Eaves Salary
Michael earns an annual salary of $71,464 per year. This is according to ESPN News anchor’s /reporters’ salaries.
Michael Eaves Net Worth
Eaves has an approximate net worth of $3 million to $5 million.
Michael Eaves Career
He is an eminent American sports anchor. He currently serves for ESPN’s SportsCenter as a sports anchor. In 2015, Michael started serving at ESPN. Before joining the station, Eaves served different channels including radio stations.
Eaves as well served for the Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament as studio host. Before that, Michael served on KLAA-AM 830 as a frequent contributor and guest host. He became part of FOX Sports West in 2003.
Before that, He served for four good years as a sports anchor for WPTY/WLMT-TV based in Memphis. In Memphis, Eaves served on the Grizzlies’ cable telecasts as a sideline reporter. Additionally, Michael hosted Sports 56 WHBQ a morning sports talk show.